HEFCE


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HEFCE

Abbreviation for:
Higher Education Funding Council for England, see there
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Rammell also announced that Ed Smith has been re-appointed for a further term on the HEFCE board.
The reduction in the university's HEFCE student full-time equivalent target for 2011/12 reflects a number of factors, including the impact of the recession and the cuts in public sector spending on part-time education.
HEFCE announced PS200m funding for 73 UK universities and colleges to ensure they respond to the increase in demand for STEM studies by creating facilities that will support the development of a greater number of high-quality graduates into industry.
The overall level of government support for teaching is set to increase as a result of these higher tuition fee loans, while HEFCE teaching grant is being reduced.
The university, which saw its income from HEFCE rise by 10% in 2009-10, took on 195 additional students as part of the 10,000 extra places announced by the Government earlier this year.
But officials said HEFCE would ``reconsider its position'' in the light of the access strategy Education Secretary Charles Clarke is expected to publish in the next few weeks.
Funding for equipment for NSIRC is being provided by HEFCE and is available in the period up to 31.
HEFCE says that projections show only a small increase in the total number of full-time undergraduates this year (2014/15).
A HEFCE report also revealed how Newman University College in Bartley Green was docked pounds 56,250 and City College Birmingham lost pounds 7,500 for over -recruitment during the 2009/10 year.
The money that HEFCE is providing will be used to fund the cost of the graduate internships for small businesses.
Efficiency savings' at the HEFCE have been increased by 135m [pounds sterling] for the 2010-2011 academic year, with a further 600m [pounds sterling] to follow, reported the BBC News (February 1).
HEFCE praised the university - one of only eight institutions recognised nationally - for linking together its local, regional, national and international engagement.